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that few people had seen. >> this is laurene, and that's erin, reed, eve, and this is on their family vacation. >> jobs married laurene powell in 1991, a former investment banker who could hold her own with her mercurial husband. >> and she's a great balance. he knows to pick strong people to be around him, and he sure did when he married laurene. >> now, this is... >> reed, his son. reed is very much like his father, except for, he has his mother's kindness. eve is a great horseback rider. eve, i think, might someday be in the olympics with horseback riding. erin has a great sense of design, is a really cool kid. >> his fourth child is lisa brennan-jobs, the daughter jobs had with his girlfriend in 1978 and neglected for more than a decade until she moved in with the family as a teenager. isaacson said their reconciliation was important to jobs because his own birth parents had abandoned him. >> he felt there was a hole. he felt something was missing. >> in 1986, he began searching for his biological mother and found joanne schieble simpson living in los angeles. >> did she know that
with what erin is saying, that the market goes higher in 2013, and what do you want to be exposed to? >> i think it goes higher, but it could go down a little bit before it goes up. multiples are expanding faster than fundamentals so earnings haven't expanded quite as much. we are interested and still looking at things that other people may not be paying attention to, ann taylor, they missed on the fashion but have really good things going on in the background. the rest of the market is ignoring and that's where we're interested. >> we do have to go. sorry. thanks for joining us. >>> we're coming right back with the closing countdown, and we'll be closely watching how walmart is trading on a report of slow february sales. >> and don't miss my exclusive interview with former federal reserve chairman alan greenspan. >> and forget higher taxes. an overwhelming percentage of millionaires say they are just better off or are they just well off as they were before the financial crisis? what's the difference? i don't know. details of the surprising new survey are coming up. you're watching cnbc. f
56% since then. today reported another strong quarter with erin earnings per share better than a penny better than expected. and outback steakhouse performed very well. but the stock sold off 5% because the company saw commodity inflation in the quarter. i think bloomen remains risky as higher gas prices and the end of the payroll tax holiday put the squeeze on the consumer at thaend at the same time as we fear higher commodity sti costs. stock trades at a discount but it feels -- like when you eat unwould've those blooming onions. i like outback steakhouse. i think shu wait for a pullback under 16 a bit more than a buck below where it is now before pulling the trigger but if it got there unlike so many people who say wait for a pullback and then when it pulls back they run, i want you to buy it. i have some tweets here. mad tweets. and yeah, look, i still answer as many as i can. you go there you see all those followers, i'm always trying. sometimes i favorite people. my daughter told me how to favorite people. our first tweet comes from @stevespraycal. his tweet says, "jim bo
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